Following are an explanation of the nature of the data that may be picked up by the Web site or third parties and the rules we observe to preserve their privacy.
When you send messages, to forums in particular, you can leave your e-mail address for other users to have so they can write to you directly without going through the forum. It is important that you know that in this case your e-mail address becomes public and accessible through the entire Internet network. We can therefore not guarantee the privacy of data posted in a public area.
For your information, you are running this risk every time you leave personal information in a public area. There are automatic computer programmes that scan the network to pick up e-mail addresses left in publicly accessible pages, and these data are sometimes used to send unsolicited e-mail.
The AGI Web site in certain cases will set “cookies” (small text files) in your computer intended to facilitate your browsing. Forums are amongst these cases. Your personal cookies for a forum memorise the data entered into the original inscription form so you don’t have to enter them every time you return to the forum page.